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BenefizKunstauktion Atelierhaus Prenzlauer Promenade Berlin am 15.2.15Jan Klopfleisch - o.T. (2003)Josephine Behlke - Wetterleuchten (2014)Rick Burger - Boy (2010)Regina Müller Huschke - Klon einer Kalebasse (2014)Christl Mudrak - SpiralraumBuffy Klama - fall of the convention tower 99:11Ina Sangenstedt - o.T (2014)Fabian Seyd - Clash (2010)

Atelierhaus Prenzlauer Promenade | Benefiz-Kunstauktion

BenefizKunstauktion des Atelierhauses Prenzlauer Promenade zur Gründung eines Fonds für die visionäre Projektentwicklung

Unser Protest für den Erhalt des Atelierhauses in der Prenzlauer Promenade und die große Aufmerksamkeit und Sympathie die uns 2014 zu Teil wurde, haben etwas bewirkt. Der Senat prüft zur Zeit, ob das ca. 20.000 qm große Areal als Standort für ein zukunftsweisendes Modell aus studentischem Wohnen, Kindertagesstätte und Künstlerateliers dienen kann. Wir begrüßen diese Entwicklung und hoffen, dass das Moratorium und die Zeit des Nachdenkens in ein echtes Umdenken münden. Wir, die Künstler des Atelierhauses im Plattenbaustil, das von uns liebevoll „Gemischte Platte“ und visionär „Kunstmaschine“ genannt wird, möchten die Chance, die sich momentan abzeichnet, nutzen und uns konstruktiv in die Debatte über die Zukunft des Areals einbringen. Continue Reading →

One Thousand Books 2014 | Art Book Festival Copenhagen

One Thousand Books Art Book Festival
Thu-Sun April 10 – 13, 2014
Carlsberg Copenhagen

28 independent publishers from all of Northern Europe meet up in a supermarket in Copenhagen to sell books, greet their audience face to face and to share ideas and strategies with one another. The isles of the supermarket act as a visual and conceptual backdrop as the art books are sold alongside everyday groceries, to bibliophiles and the unexpecting shopper alike. Continue Reading →

Mark Curran | The-Market (Installation view, Gallery of Photography)Mark Curran | The-Market (Installation view, Gallery of Photography)Mark Curran | The-Market (Installation view, Gallery of Photography)Mark Curran | The-Market (Installation view, Belfast Exposed)Mark Curran | The-Market (Installation view, Belfast Exposed)Mark Curran | The-Market (Installation view, Belfast Exposed)

Mark Curran | The Market

…what people don’t understand… is that what happens in the market is pivotal to their lives… not on the periphery…but slap, bang, in the middle…
(From telephone conversation with trader, name withheld, Dealing Room, Investment Bank, London, February 2013

After recent installations in Ireland at both the Gallery of Photography and Belfast Exposed, Mark Curran’s long-term project on the global stock and commodity markets titled, The Market, is now travelling to Paris:

Mark Curran « The Market »
Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris
Vernissage: 30 January 2014, 6.30-8pm
Exhibition: 31 January – 2 March 2014 Continue Reading →

Johan Thurfjell | From Here, Galerie Nordenhake StockholmJohan Thurfjell | From Here, Galerie Nordenhake StockholmJohan Thurfjell | From Here, Galerie Nordenhake StockholmJohan Thurfjell | From Here, Galerie Nordenhake StockholmJohan Thurfjell | From Here, Galerie Nordenhake StockholmJohan Thurfjell | From Here, Galerie Nordenhake StockholmJohan Thurfjell | From Here, Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm

Johan Thurfjell | From Here

Vernissage: 16th May 2013, 17.00 – 20.00
Exhibition period: 17th May – 20th June, 2013
Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm Continue Reading →

Occupy Space and Stag & Deer present Richard Forrest, Laura McMorrow, Caroline McNally and Jillian McAteer

Occupy Space Limerick (Ireland) and Stag & Deer Present:
Richard Forrest // Laura McMorrow // Caroline McNally // Jillian McAteer

Exhibition: 11th April until Saturday 11th May 2013
Occupy Space, 7/8 Rutland Street, Limerick city, Ireland
Gallery open 12 – 6 Tuesday – Friday, 10 – 6 Saturday Continue Reading →

Olympus OM-D: Photography Playground Berlin

From 26 April until 24 May 2013 the Opernwerkstaetten Berlin transform into the “Olympus OM-D: Photography Playground“. More than 12 aspiring international artists present their installations on the subject of “Space and Art” on an area of 7,000 m², turning the historic building into a creative hotspot for both artists and visitors for four weeks. The Opernwerkstaetten Berlin are at Zinnowitzer Str. 9, the exhibition opens daily between 11 am and 7 pm. Continue Reading →

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Sonntag Paris | Schwarzwälder by Davide Cascio

Sonntag is going to Paris! They will be working with the swiss contemporary artist Davide Cascio and Sonntag Paris will be hosted by Faycal Baghriche and Kapwani Kiwanga.

Sonntag Paris would like to invite you to the Sunday matinee presentation:

Schwarzwälder
by Davide Cascio

Sunday, 7th of April 2013, 2 – 6pm Continue Reading →

Ralph Schulz | Reconstruction of un-known interiors | 30.11.2010 BornstraßeRalph Schulz | Reconstruction of un-known interiors | 24.09.2010 Steeler Straße IIRalph Schulz | Reconstruction of un-known interiors | 14.11.2011 Gneisenaustraße

Ralph Schulz | Reconstruction of unknown Interiors

It is common knowledge that the things people dispose of can tell a great deal about their former owners. So it seems that every pile of bulky waste is also a carrier of manifold information of a no longer existent interior space and about the people who once lived in and arranged it to their taste. Ralph Schulz has become a master in deciphering this fragmented and scrappy information.

Ralph Schulz picks up the piles of bulk waste and takes them into his studio only to re-build the pieces of furniture, carpets, plants and other things into a complete room again. At the end of this reconstruction process is the creation of the space and how it may have looked in its original version. For the reconstruction process Schulz only uses the pieces from one pile of waste. By imagining how the former owner of the things would have arranged the room, Schulz tries to build an authentic reconstruction – despite knowing that it will always be hypothetical. But through the photographic reproduction of the interior, which imitates the sculptural process of reconstruction, a seemingly realistic level is added to the model of the room: When regarding a photograph it is imminent that the viewer immediately imagines to find a true reality in the depicted space as this is the notion of photography. However, Schulz’ work is not only a melancholic study of no longer existent spaces but also a reflection on the character of photography. Continue Reading →